The New Life Maternity Center features all private birthing and mother baby luxury suites. Each suite features Wi-Fi, room service and video on demand. Our excellent staff is ready and excited to make you and your family as comfortable as possible. Experience pampering as you labor, deliver and recover in our advanced suites.
LDRs (labor, delivery and recovery rooms) are also equipped with the latest technology for pain management, fetal monitoring and maternal/newborn care. Each room is furnished with a pull out couch to allow your support person to stay overnight with you.
The family waiting area features a spacious waiting area with shower facilities, kitchenette, quiet library and fireplace. Guests are welcome to enjoy refreshments including coffee, juices and snacks. Spouses or support persons are welcome to relax in the family waiting area with the option of spending the night in the new mom's room.
The operating suites are fully equipped to accommodate Cesarean deliveries and emergencies that may arise.
The nurseries, yes, we said nurseries. There are three separate nurseries, one for healthy newborns, one for newborns with intermediate care needs (e.g. phototherapy or tube feeding) and one for newborns with special care needs (e.g. intravenous medications/fluids, oxygen therapy, or ventilator support). Our Level II Plus Nursery is affiliated with the Northwestern Perinatal Network and Advocate Children's Hospital - Park Ridge. This allows us to provide comprehensive specialized care close to home. Our nurseries are open 24-hours a day, giving new mom's the rest they need, when they need it. Our nurseries are not just designed to help keep your baby healthy, but to help keep them safe. Each nursery has special security measures including locked entry and a security banding system.
The antepartum area accommodates expectant mothers who are not in labor, but require hospitalization for observation or care.
The private maternity visiting room allows parents to spend precious time with a premature or special-needs newborn who must remain in the hospital after the mother's release.